Explore Malaga’s lesser-known districts and see the sights most visitors miss on this 4-hour bike tour. Cycle off the beaten path and discover a whole new side to the coastal city. Admire colorful street art in up-and-coming Soho; cruise along the Huelin beachfront, where factory chimneys serve as a reminder of Malaga’s industrial past; and pedal past marshes, lagoons and flamingos in the tranquil Guadalhorce River Estuary nature reserve. Numbers limited to 15, ensuring a small-group experience.
4-hour bike tour of Malaga’s lesser-known sights with an in-the-know guide
Leave the tourist track and discover the city’s hidden side on two wheels
Explore the trendy SoHo area and see its innovative street art
Pass the brick chimneys of Huelin beachfront and hear about Malaga’s industrial past
Venture into the picturesque Guadalhorce River Estuary Natural Area, with its lagoons, marshes and bird life
Roam the trails and look for flamingos, cormorants and herons
Small-group tour limited to 15 people for a more personalized experience
After greeting your guide in central Malaga at your chosen departure time, you’ll receive your bicycle. Don your helmet, listen to a short safety briefing and begin to explore Malaga by bike. Throughout your tour, you’ll listen to commentary from your guide during regular breaks.
First, explore the fashionable Soho district and admire its abundance of trendy bars and elegant houses. Hear of how the area has recently undergone a radical transformation and marvel at street art depicting comic book characters, animals and a giant chameleon.
Admire the industrial exterior of Centro de Arte Contemporaneo, see remnants of Malaga’s industrial heyday at Huelin and discover the symbolism behind the brick chimneys that intersperse tropical palm trees.
In the Guadalhorce River Estuary Natural Area, you’ll delight in the diverse bird species and marshlands of the tranquil nature reserve. Cycle parallel to lagoons with flamingoes, herons and cormorants, and learn about the area’s natural history from your guide.
After your 4-hour tour, begin the journey back to the tour’s original departure point and bid your guide farewell.
Reviews by Viator travelers
The day we visited Malaga was a...
, Oct 2015
The day we visited Malaga was a public holiday so we chose this option. The tour was interesting and Damon was very passionate about the areas we visited and we saw flamingos. Suitable for those interested in an alternative view away from the city centre.